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We’ve all heard the disturbing news about the effects of citrus greening—a disease spread by the Asian citrus phyllid, a bug so small that it can fit on the tip of your finger and you’ll still barely see it.
DESOTO COUNTY — When an emergency situation hits, whether it be a hurricane, terrorist attack, wildfire or disease outbreak, most people don’t think about animals, but John Court does.
Since they offer wonderful shade, glossy evergreen leaves and big flowering blooms with a lovely scent, it’s hard to beat a magnolia tree.
GAINESVILLE — Floridians remain concerned about water and are willing to make changes to conserve it, at least until their efforts cramp their lifestyles, according to an annual University of Florida study on state residents’ attitudes ...
SEBRING — On the corner of Lime Street and Ridgewood Drive, under a huge shade cloth sit two 1,500 gallon plastic tanks.
With big red barns, old white farmhouses, animals bustling about and vegetables sprouting up out of the ground, farms can be picturesque. That’s why they also make a perfect setting for plein air painters—those who paint in the open ai...
You’d be hard pressed to find a farm that connects with its local community as closely as Geraldson Community Farm in Bradenton.
Although you wouldn’t brown them and cook them with eggs, the large fruit that hangs from the Kigelia Africana, better known as the sausage tree, resembles oversized sausages.
ARCADIA — Behind every great event at the Turner Center, there’s a good woman.
There are some fruits you see at the supermarket and farmers’ market but never get around to trying—am I right?
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